David Duprey, Associated Press
Our take: A penumbral lunar eclipse is expected to appear tomorrow with live views online at 9:15 a.m. EST on the Slooh eclipse webcast, according to Space.com. Following are details of where the penumbral lunar eclipse will be best seen as according to the article:
"The moon will dip through the outer edges of Earth's shadow on Wednesday (Nov. 28) in a minor lunar eclipse, and you can watch the event live online.
The so-called penumbral lunar eclipse, which is a relatively minor darkening of the moon, will be primarily visible from East Asia, Australia, Hawaii and Alaska, but die-hard observers in the western United States and Canada will have the best observing chances at moonset early Wednesday morning."
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